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This is a clip of the Hydrogen Bomb test at Enewetak Atoll on November 1, 1952, and the first time one was exploded. The fireball was big enough to cover most of Manhattan Island. This clip show more of the aftermath of the nuclear cloud than do most films.
This movie is part of the collection: Stock Footage Producer: U.S. Government Audio/Visual: silent, color Keywords: stock footage; historic; 1952; nuclear energy; nuclear weapon; hydrogen bomb; H-bomb; Enewetak Atoll; explosion; fireball
Creative Commons license: Public Domain Individual Files
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Downloaded 114,698 times
October 10, 2012
Man and the Unknow
This is man at his best destroying things, making things he knows nothing about.
He's now he killing us with GMO.
November 12, 2008
UNFUNNY AND OVERRATED
THIS FILM IS VERY UNFUNNY. I DON'T UNDERSTAND WHY IT HAS OVER 30,000 DOWNLOADS. IF YOU ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING FUNNY THEN DOWNLOAD THE "Film Countdown" SERIES OF FILMS THEY ARE HILARIOUS.
Oops, I drank too much Pepsi.
February 8, 2008
Going out with a bang
This is great footage. Some of it is in sepia and some of it is in colour. Decades on and it is still impressive to watch.